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AutoEye versions 1.0 and 2.0
Automatic image correction software
StepOne




msg:856763
 11:47 am on Jul 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hi,

has anyone have experience of using either or both of these.
I have the option of buying version 1.0 for $79 or version 2.0 for $129.

Question: Are either any good and is version 2.0 any better.
Have heard that version 2 has a few problems, especially with blues.

Have read that AutoEye is the best auto correction software available
but have no personal experience. The trial download (cannot load your own images) did not really convince me and the reviews have been mixed.

Would imagine that "if" I had the skill a better job could be acheived using something like Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro but the trial and error method when using these can be both time consuming and frustrating.

Any thoughts?

 

mivox




msg:856764
 5:29 pm on Jul 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Personally, I've never used either one... but it's fairly easy to find tutorials for both Photoshop & PSP online, which would minimize the trial-and-error process.

Considering that both Photoshop and PSP are much more versatile programs, I personally think spending the time in finding tutorials and practising image correction with either of them would be a better long-term investment than spending the money on a dedicated specialty program.

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